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As Knowledge Bureau unveils our new Executive Business Builder Program, increasing our focus on leadership education and development in 2018, it’s important to explore what makes a great leader. Today we’ll focus on confidence vs humility. . .when it comes to leadership, what matters more? Join us in discussing this topic on our Executive Business Builders Network.
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It’s a sign of the times: Knowledge Bureau Report readers were most interested in recent tax news, based on our top five posts revisited here. The proposals to change the tax system for private corporations are of most concern; small wonder, too. Not yet law, Tax on Split Income (TOSI) rules begin January 1, 2018. Principle residence reporting changes are important too. Here’s what mattered most to our readers in 2017: